If there were a prize for the most talked-about destination country, Canada would have probably won it in 2018. Its growth curve, as illustrated in the 20th edition of The PIE Review has been quite impressive, surpassing expectations and international education strategy goals alike. But behind every successful destination country there is a robust policy: beyond its welcoming reputation and the quality of its institutions, Canada offers students work rights and pathways to residency.
Work rights during a course
Pathways to permanent residency after post-graduation work permit are outlined here.
LC members welcomed 156,198 students in 2018, a 6% increase on 2017.
Canada registered another double-digit growth in 2018 in the number of study permit holders in the country
A total of 149,379 students enrolled in a Languages Canada member course in 2017, the association's survey shows.